Second International Conference
on Mechanical Spectroscopy, MS-II

Kraków, Poland, 3-8 December, 2000

AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland
AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland

Novel Concept of Mechanical Spectroscopy: Fundamentals and Experimental Techniques

L.B. Magalas, Kraków, Poland
2. Mechanical Spectroscopy and Other Relaxation Spectroscopies
S. Etienne, Nancy, France, L. David, Lyon, France and L.B. Magalas, Kraków, Poland
3. Mechanical Relaxation Effects Due to Intersticial Solute Atoms in Metals
H. Numakura, Kyoto, Japan
4. Strain-Induced Interaction of Dissolved Atoms and Mechanical Relaxations in Solid Solutions
M. S. Blanter, Moscow, Russia and L. B. Magalas, Kraków, Poland
5. Core Structure of Dislocations and Their Contributions to Internal Friction
G. Schoeck, Wien, Austria
6. Computer Simulation of Internal Friction Spectrum Utilizing an Interactive Kink Chain Mobile Foreign Interstitial Model
T. O. Ogurtani, M. R. Gungor and E. E. Oren, Ankara, Turkey
7. Atomic Structure of Common Type Grain Boundaries. Mechanisms of Grain Boundary Internal Friction
B. Darinskii, Voronezh, Russia
8. Amplitude Dependent Internal Friction and Mechanical Properties of Crystals
S. P. Nikanorov, St. Petersburg, Russia
9. Acousto-optical Spectroscopy of Dislocations in Wide Band Gap Semiconductors
B. K. Kardashev, St. Petersburg, Russia
10. Mechanical Relaxations in Metallic Glasses
V. Khonik, Voronezh, Russia
11. Concept for Investigation of Power Plant Piping Systems Operating in Creep
Range to Extend their Service Lives Through Improvement Measures and
Non-Destructive Testing
R. Blume, M. Castello, Osterode, Germany
12. Mechanical Spectroscopy of Ceramic Materials
J. Ilczuk, Sosnowiec, Poland
13. The Impulse Excitation Technique: Applications to Non-Destructive Testing
G. Roebben, Leuven, Belgium, L. B. Magalas, Kraków,
Poland, and J. W. Lemmens, Leuven, Belgium

Retrospective Remarks: Work of J. L. Snoek

M. Koiwa, Kyoto, Japan